In 18 years of practicing massage, Debbie Price has logged some high-profile clientele in more than a few important places. She has unknotted the gridlocked muscles of Kansas City Chiefs players and served as the massage therapist for both the US Paralympic Track & Field team in Beijing and the US Olympic bobsled team in Utah. In Vancouver, Austria, and Rio de Janeiro, her hands have quelled the insistent aches of clients ranging from 8 to 92 years old. But lately, the globetrotting stress reliever has been occupied right nearby at her very own studio, Debbie Price Massage Therapy Services.
Debbie specializes in soft-tissue pain management and pain reduction, and has worked on clients with fibromyalgia, sciatica pain, and carpal tunnel. Forgoing a cookie-cutter method, she customizes each treatment to address each client?s complaints. Whether they?re experiencing lower-back pain, shoulder soreness, or muscle tension, Debbie weaves Swedish, deep-tissue, and trigger-point massage techniques into a treatment that keeps clients?whether they?re returning to a cubicle, hitting the AstroTurf, or working a life-size abacus?feeling loose and re-energized.
The physical sensations of being at the beach?the stress-melting warmth, the calm brought on by lapping waves?are what manager Kristen tries to recreate in her jade massage bed studio. Saving her clients a plane ticket to Maui, she introduces them to these mechanized beds that knead the muscles with jade rollers and warm the core with infrared heat. The hands-free sessions are done without oils, so clients can leave the studio without having to shower or feeling compelled to flex their muscles. Like a Day at the Beach also provides noninvasive, ultrasonic cavitation treatments that use sound waves to disrupt fat cells and cause them to release their contents and metabolized them through the body's natural processes. Treatment sensation has been likened to that of a hot-stone massage, and is best for customers with .5 to 3.5 inches of extra fat.
AlySim Spa welcomes men and women to indulge in relaxing spa services ranging from soothing massages to body treatments buoyed by lavender or garden mint and algae. Using mineral-based, organic skincare products, the licensed aestheticians brighten complexions with youthful glows during customized facials. LumiLift rejuvenations combat signs of aging by restoring the skin's natural elasticity, and collagen lip treatments use sugar-cane crystals to exfoliate peeling skin and grant a natural, rosy color more effectively than just eating candy canes.
Experienced aesthetician Casey Hubele and the team of skincare experts at Tangia continually train on industry innovations to keep men's and women's skin glowing. Hubele is certified in the use of the Éminence organic and PCA Skin lines to help her facials and body treatments nourish and rejuvenate skin with antioxidants and phytonutrients. The team performs waxing and spray-tanning services, readying bodies to hit the beach or demolish the competition at sasquatch swim meets.
Owner and professional waxing technician Nichole Hines makes every effort to guarantee a quiet, soothing experiences for her clients. Her private, discrete waxing salon is a child-free zone, which ensures that the environment remains peaceful and that wax pots remain free of LEGO pieces. Nicole uses only high-quality, soy-based waxes that uproot unwanted hairs with precision and efficiency, and her Brazilian treatments are famed for taking only 10 minutes to complete.
Zen Massage's team of licensed estheticians customize facials to clients' needs, administering add-ons that target eyes, lips, and hands. LED light therapy is also available. Additionally, certified massage therapists take kinks and knots to task with a wide range of massage modalities designed to address all manner of physical and emotional distress. They offer Swedish, sports, and deep-tissue massages, to name a few.